The Christmas Fair in the Cotswolds curates fresh fashions on behalf of WellChild
Daylesford is playing host to The Christmas Fair in the Cotswolds for the sixth year this November. The Fair has increasingly become the go-to event for fashionistas looking for the beautiful, bespoke and on-off. Taking place from 7-9 November, The Christmas Fair in the Cotswolds has developed a reputation for having a black book of independent crafters and artisans who all create unique and luxury products and help draw the crowds from far and wide.
From wardrobe planning to festive gifting, the Christmas Fair in the Cotswolds will again burst with luxe-fashion products and boasts DuBarry as one of its headline sponsors. Over 30 stalls will be selling fashion pieces and accessories including luxury brands Holland Cooper and Troy London. With beautiful woollen, cashmere and bamboo accessories from Happy Hats, stunning British pieces from Hicks and Brown and Italian style bags from Alissya London, just to name a few, there are stalls to suit everyone.
Those visitors who want to try something different; there is a workshop on Wednesday 9th November with organic hairdresser, Tabitha James Kraan who will be giving tips on holistic hairdressing and talking about how using less chemicals can make your hair look great for the festive season and your festive fix.
For children’s wear there are a range of stalls for those looking to update their little loved ones wardrobes this Christmas season. From Belle Enfant with their luxury clothing and accessories for children up to age 4 – girls footwear from My Fashion Tribu and luxurious cashmere clothing and accessories from Mandarine Coco. Husbands and partners haven’t been overlooked either with Worboys shirts and Gilbert and Grey boots adding colour and flare to the event.
Colin Dyer, CEO of WellChild said, “The Christmas Fair in the Cotswolds has become an annual highlight and we are excited to have assembled a truly stellar collection of fashion pieces and accessories for this year’s event. Christmas is a time when families across the country will gather at home together – something too often taken for granted. For thousands of children and young people across the UK living with exceptional health needs, this Christmas will be spent in hospital simply because there is no support to help them leave. This year’s Christmas Fair will help WellChild raise the vital funds needed to ensure more of these children and young people can look forward to a brighter Christmas – at home, together with their families.”
Tickets are priced from £5 per person and can be purchased by visiting https://www.wellchild.org.uk/christmas-fair-2016/